M' very good friend Nathan Gropman (with whom I work ... wait, no, with whom I am co-employed - he works while I skive off) has postulated that you can teach a person to solve problems, with the … more
This is a bit of a WTF, because the MS documentation doesn't seem to match up with the implementation.
There are two policy settings that seem to prevent users from establishing their own personal … more
Note: Blunt opinion follows. These are not necessarily the views of my employers, past, present or future.
In recent times Australia has been blessed cursed with a series of clueless, idiotic … more
This is part Oops of the Building a CA Hierarchy series. If you're just starting, you might want to read the other parts:
Part 1. Building the Root CA Part 2. Configuring the Root CA Part 3. … more
This is one of the stranger issues I've had to troubleshoot. Customer decided they were going to identify their administrative users with a # symbol (which I shall call a hash, rather than repeatedly … more
But that doesn't stop us.
My previous series of posts on configuring a CA hierarchy led my friends and colleagues to believe I might know a thing or two about running one - so I end up issuing … more
A: When it's used in Word 2007.
I so wish I was kidding. But apparently the Microsoft Office team have completely lost the plot.
Part of my job is preparing documentation for clients. And part of … more